ASCO’s Membership Directory Goes Mobile as the iDirectory

Dec 21, 2011

Download this free and easy-to-use member-exclusive app

To enhance the membership experience, ASCO is pleased to present its most frequently accessed member benefit in app form: the iDirectory.

Available* for iPhone, iPad, and Android, iDirectory is a valuable tool for members on the go. Users can access ASCO’s complete Membership Directory and easily connect with colleagues in various ways.

iDirectory allows users to contact colleagues directly by phone (iPhone and Android only) or email, as well as mark frequent contacts. A built-in map displays members in the user’s current location. iDirectory is available for download free of charge and can be accessed with an ASCO member username and password. Search “ASCO” in the Apple App Store, iTunes Store, or Android Market.

Download the iDirectory today for instant access to ASCO member information at your fingertips.

*For iPhone and iPad: iOS version 4.0 and above; for Android: version 1.6 and above

The Basics
Follow the step-by-step process for using the iDirectory, as represented through these iPhone screenshots.

  1. Want to connect with a member?
    Search for and connect with Society colleagues using any of the following fields:

    • Name
    • Organization
    • City or State/Province or Country
    • Specialty
  1. Need to send a patient referral?
    Ditch the pen and paper and send a colleague’s public contact information to a patient by email.



  1. Want your go-to list of contacts handy?
    Add members to a Favorites list.
  1. Wherever you are, find members nearest you.
    See nearby colleagues by list or map view, or get directions to a contact’s address from your location.
  1. Real-time updates.
    Hit the “Update” button on the top left-hand side of the main screen to refresh listings and access the latest updates.

“I’m already an iDirectory user, and it’s terrific. The app is easy to find and it’s free. It’s just as simple and useful as using the Membership Directory on my desktop. When I’m traveling or at the ball fields with my kids, I can find the information I need to reach my colleagues. I used to call back to the office and ask my assistant to email or text me this sort of information—but with iDirectory, I have it right in my pocket (on my smartphone).”—Integrated Media and Technology Immediate Past Chair Michael Fisch, MD

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